Beeswax Hanukkah Candles at Last!

Beeswax Hanukkah Candles at Last!

beeswax hanukkah candlesWe’ve received so many requests over the years for beeswax Hanukkah Candles. We couldn’t quite find a really efficient way to make them and not have them too expensive. They are all hand dipped and so it takes time which can add to the price. We feel we have it down now and we are delighted to be able to offer you three options for Hanukkah! We have taken the Hanukkah traditional blue and white and made a two color candle. We show them here with a very modern looking menorah…so lovely.

beeswax hanukkah candlesMany of you wanted a lively Hanukkah and asked for many colors. So we have done that too. Meet the ‘Royal’ Hanukkah package with Natural, Mountain Jade, Red, Blue and Pearl. We borrowed a beautiful traditional looking menorah. I suppose to be perfectly correct we should be calling them a hanukiah. In this photo we used just the Red and Natural candles. I think it would be equally nice with all the five colors burning here.

And of course we have our classic, time-honored Natural beeswax Hanukkah Candles for the conventional beeswax lovers.

We are excited to offer these Hanukkah Candle options to consumers and stores. I know it’s early - Hanukkah doesn’t begin in 2016 until the evening of December 24th. We think these are so unique stores will want to have them for customers to buy now to save for that special day.

beeswax hanukkah candlesAs are all Honey Candles, our Hanukkah candles are made with 100% pure Canadian beeswax. Our Hanukkah candles are hand dipped in our candle shop in Kaslo, BC Canada. The unusual packaging box is made in Canada as well. We think the boxes look cool! The candles are non-toxic and clean burning. Each package contains 45 candles that each burn 70 minutes. You will be proud to make this part of your Hanukkah.

Find your beeswax Hanukkah candles here.

Here are some more reasons why burning beeswax candles for Hanukkah is a good idea:

Why Burn Beeswax Candles
Published By Pat Cattermole

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